|NOUN || jujutsu | - |
|SYNO ||jiujitsu | jujitsu | jujutsu|
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- The last fully licensed actively teaching instructor of Yoshin Koryu ryu jujutsu was Kanaya Motoyoshi who died in the early 20th century.
- Kuniba applied his knowledge of aikido, jujutsu, judo and other arts to the "bunkai" of "karate kata".
- The significant interest in this martial art, There are some other styles of Japanese jujutsu that use the term "aiki-jūjutsu", but there are no records of its use prior to the Meiji era.
- During the early 1900s she became one of the first Western women to study the Japanese martial art of jujutsu, and she was featured in a series of instructional photographs for the book "The Fine Art of Jujutsu" (1905), written by Emily Diana Watts.
- On December 31, 1908 in Paris, Sam McVey competed in a mixed style bout against jujutsu expert Tano Matsuda, knocking him out in ten seconds.
- William Garrud (1873–1960) was a British jujutsu instructor.
- The development of atemi techniques arises from the evolution of the Japanese martial arts, in particular jujutsu.
- Between 2007–2008 around 70,000 people in New Zealand practiced a martial art. Jujutsu was first introduced to New Zealand by touring jujutsu professionals from Japan.
- In 1899 he began training in Muso Ryu jujutsu, then kendo when he was 13 and later, Takenouchi-ryū jujutsu and judo.
- When Kanō Jigorō began to develop judo from jujutsu, his efforts met with opposition from jujutsu practitioners.
- Different schools (ryū) have been teaching traditional Jujutsu in Japan since the 15th century.
- After the introduction of jujutsu to the West, many of these more traditional styles underwent a process of adaptation at the hands of Western practitioners, molding the arts of jujutsu to suit western culture in its myriad varieties.
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